A promise to make Britons more active has been hit by funding cuts and the economic downturn
Homeless people can expect to die 30 years before the average person, research has found.
The Reverend Canon Professor James Atkinson was Emeritus Professor of Biblical Studies in the University of Sheffield, where he combined to a rare degree both academic precision and warm pastoral care, both nourished by a deep Christian faith.
The census is not a convoluted nuisance but an essential tool in planning ahead, and without it, essential services would go awry
Parents can help to smooth their child’s move to university
Astronomers have discovered "monster" stars - whose size and brightness exceed what many scientists thought was possible.
The first NHS scheme to offer cash rewards for losing weight has helped more than 100 obese people shed nearly two stone each in a year.
'I would miss lectures at Sheffield University'
A new world atlas which concentrates on population rather than land mass has been published today.
It's had doctors scratching their heads for years. Now at last we're getting closer to understanding this maddening sensation – and finding a cure. Enjoli Liston reports
Usually consigned to the bedroom, pyjamas are having their moment in the sun thanks to the attentions of Dolce & Gabbana. Susannah Frankel reports on a sleep sensation
Bernard Crick was an academic who wrote two books which were international bestsellers and received critical acclaim. In Defence of Politics (1962) went through several editions, was translated into five languages and sold over 400,000 copies. For years it has been required reading for students. Nearly 20 years later he wrote the authoritative, if not official, George Orwell: A Life (1980). Crick generously attributed the warm reviews to his subject – "it's the man".